Police treat woman’s death as ‘unexplained’ after discovery of body in Tewin

PUBLISHED: 19:34 29 May 2017 | UPDATED: 19:34 29 May 2017

Police are treating the death of Jennifer Collins from Burnham Green as 'unexplained' after the discovery of her body in Tewin.

Police are treating the death of Jennifer Collins from Burnham Green as 'unexplained' after the discovery of her body in Tewin.

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Police searching for missing Jennifer Collins from Burnham Green sadly discovered her body in Tewin.

Police found Jennifer’s body near Orchard Road in Tewin yesterday, May 28, at 8.20pm.

Jennifer, 42, who also uses the name Jenny Willis, had been missing from her home in Burnham Green since May 27.

Police initially thought she may have travelled to Wewlyn Garden City when they started looking for her.

Following the discovery of her body, police informed her family and have been providing support to them at this difficult time.

A police spokesman stated: “The death is currently being treated as unexplained and enquiries are on-going.”

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